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morning, everybody. welcome to city hall. i would like to invite all the family and now katie tang who is now supervisor. i would like to thank former mayor willie brown. he's graced us with his presence and thank me for not wearing the orange jacket this morning although i felt that i should because we got two people who i think represent world series types of personalities and contributions to the city. i would like to thank all the of the elected officials to our city attorney to the treasurer, department head, everyone you see before us that i think understand the importance of having both a colleague at the board. i have the pleasure on this momentous occasion of honoring of swearing in carmen and katie. congratulations. [ applause ] . >> as i said on many occasions it shouldn't surprise anyone in this city that women are helping me run this city in the most intelligent way, the smartest way and they both, carmen and katie have had a reputation, had decisions that they have made all through their professional career that put our residents first and foremost and demonstrated their
representing the interests of this district and all it's diverse views i want to introduce katie. katie has lived in the district since they was one years old that might have been 13 years ago. you will note and i'm sure it will be part of the stories she's pretty much the same age that carmen was when they were appropriated by her parents have lived in want district as well sea she's been not only a resident there but someone who has been more than interested in the districts representing ail the issues. she's a graduate of lowell high school. both my daughters are about the same time graduating in that fantastic school. she was an distinction of going to uc davis and obviously, some strong intellect. i have no double it katie willful fill those incredible responsibilities and representing everybody. she has been literally every corner and again, the residents there has continued to say can we have continuity we don't want people mirandize in political name-calling or disputes but really the board has been demonstrating over and over again, they want the same thing representing district 4
investigation. >> katie: we have more on that one-year-old boy who was shot in the neck on thursday in richmond. he is back home this morning. the chile was on the couch at his grandparents house when bullets came through the window. one hit the baby. the family says they are moving out the iron triangle. the intended target was a man on his bicycle that was also shot and expected to survive. >> u.s. park police are investigating a shooting last night. the victim from the east bay managed to get to a restaurant to ask for help. she was taken to the hospital where he was treated for a leg wound. the national park service says it received calls around 9:00 from people who heard gunfire. so far police don't have any suspects in custody. >>> two people killed in thursday's fiery crash on interstate 80 in davis were from petaluma. their crash happened when a big rig driver said he choked on food, passed out and hit three cars. the couple that was killed was remembered last night at their buddhist temple. here is more from santa rosa. >> dozens of mourners at the buddhist teller where he and his wife
. that is in the east bay on niles boulevard in fremont. that will run from 1:00 until 5:00 this afternoon. >> katie: a violent bank robbery suspect was release willed from jail is subject of a f.b.i. manhunt this morning. gary fite, jr. had to be released because the authorities missed the deadline to charge him. alan wang say why they fear he is more dangerous now. >> he is gary fite, he struck a gun to the teller's head and made off with more than $3,000. he was arrested and back on the streets just three days later because of a missed deadline. law enforcement has 72 hours to file charges after an arrest or the suspect is released. the workday ends officially at 5:00 p.m. fite was arrested at 4:56 on friday which means the district attorney had to file charges by 5:00 p.m. on tuesday. for some reason, they thought they had until wednesday. the contra costa county sheriff's department said he didn't have any outstanding warrants and so they had to release him. >> there is obviously he robbed a bank. >> inefficiency and it's totally irresponsible. we have enough crazy people around. >> the senior
television in the pedestrian bed of his truck. >> katie: thank you. >>> an oakland woman who was mugged after answering her front door is fighting back. the video showing her ordeal may be difficult to watch but oakland police are hoping it will inspire more victims to come forward. alan wang shows us what happened. >> reporter: the woman in this video has no idea she is being targeted by two young men who don't realize they are being caught on camera. the robbers stole her purse on east 17th street in oakland. they were exposed by surveillance cameras and police arrested them. >> investigators released this video in hopes there might be other victims out there who have not come forward yet. >> reporter: we went back to the same block and found a woman who says her purse was stolen and she was pistol whipped on the same day within the same hour as the woman in the video. >> i'm so scared they'll kill me. >> we showed her video of suspects. >> that is him, i'm sure it is him. >> reporter: the woman reported the incident when it happened but she didn't realize that her neighbor had been mugged.
are in the hospital. one in critical condition and the other two have non life-threatening injuries. >> katie: more breaking news. arson investigators are trying to determine the cause of a restaurant fire in san francisco's financial district. firefighters were called out just before 3:00 a.m. to california grill on commercial street. crews were able to quickly extinguish the flames there but one too the fire was hurt and taken to the hospital. >>> in castro valley alameda county sheriff's deputies shot a parolee after he appointed a rifle at them. they shot him in the driveway of his home around 7:30 last night. he was last reported to be in surgery at eden medical center. the man's family called 911 saying he was acting erratically and then the parolee called 911 and threatened to kill arriving deputies. >> in san jose police continue to look for a killer. the man stabbed a woman to death yesterday afternoon just a few blocks from the santa clara county sheriff's office. john alston has more from north first street. >> brutal stabbing happened in broad daylight in a parking lot next to the togo
their injuries. police tell me the entire situation is still under investigation. >> katie: we have an update on one-year-old boy that was shot in the neck in richmond. he is back home this morning. the child was on the could you please when bullets came through the window. family says they are moving out of richmond's iron triangle now. >>> u.s. park police are investigating a shooting in the fort mason area last night that left a man wounded. victim who is in his 20s and from the east bay managed to make it to a restaurant to ask for help. he was taken to the hospital and treated for a leg wound. the national park service says it received calls around 9:00 from people who heard gunfire. so far, police don't have any suspects in custody. >>> the two people who were killed in thursday's fiery crash on interstate 80 in davis were from petaluma. the crash happened when a big rig driver said he choked on food, passed out and hit three cars. the couple that was killed were remembered last night at their buddhist temple. here is more from santa rosa. >> reporter: dozens of mourners gathered at bud
. >> katie: we have an update on the one-year-old boy who was shot on the neck on thursday. she back home this morning. the child was on the couch at his grandparents home when bullets came through the window. one hit the baby. the family says they are moving out of the iron triangle. a man on a bicycle was also shot and expected to survive. >> developing news, san francisco police right now are investigating a shooting in the mission district. the victim, a man was taken to the hospital. his condition is not known at this hour. the shooting was reported just after 3:00 a.m. at the intersection of 24th and bryant streets. >> u.s. park police are investigating a shooting in the fort mason area last night that left a man wounded. victim who is in his 20s and from the east bay managed to make it to a restaurant to ask for help. he was taken to the hospital to be treated for a leg wound. national park service says it received calls from people that heard gunfire. so far, police don't have any suspects in custody. >>> two people killed in fiery crash on interstate 80 in davis were from petalum
this event. this parking lot was the police staging area, but we didn't see anyone arrested. >> katie: it is 8:08 and lisa argen has a look at the forecast. >> lisa: this morning, we are 55 degrees outside. here is a look from the roof camera. the clouds will win out today. that will bring slightly cooler temperatures and the rain, in the seven-day outlook. >> katie: also next, new concerns about a sinkhole that swallowed up part of a house in florida, what engineers are saying this morning about the danger. plus, a bay area lawmaker >>> good morning. welcome, thanks for joining us on this saturday morning. you are looking live from mount tamalpais and gorgeous morning that is developing neither the bay area. it's mild out there and a little bit cloudy which should help us all transition from the sunshine we saw in the last couple days what might be some rain in the forecast. lisa argen will have all the details for you coming up in just a little bit. >>> rescuers say a giant sinkhole is too unstable for them to recover a man's bedroom that collapsed in tampa, florida. five other peop
, i just wanted to go out and show everybody. they are amazing. >> now, noted designer katie rice jones and myself are going inside a popular retail store to put the curve control jeans to the ultimate test. now, these are real people with real results. you won't believe your eyes. ...now we have heidi, who is here shopping today, right? >> mm-hmm, yes. >> well, thank you for stopping. >> you're welcome. >> what are you shopping for today? >> i am trying to find a pair of jeans that fits. >> katie: and why don't these jeans fit you? >> uh, look at 'em. i mean... [all laugh they, they're way too tight on my hips and they look terrible... they make my stomach look terrible, and, i mean after, you know, i had my two children, my stomach is now really out of control, and so... >> mm-hmm, i had the same thing. >> so a pair of jeans that doesn't fit you right just makes you look worse. >> katie: well, maybe showing off your curves a little too much? >> yeah, a little bit... >> well, you know, we want to embrace the curves, 'cause that's very important-- we're all ladies, right? >> that'
, i want to introduce my appointment today katie tang . [ applause ] . katie has lived in the district since she was 1 year old. that might have been 13 years ago. [ laughter ] you will note and i'm sure it will be part of the stories we'll tell that it was the same age as carmen when she was appointed. her parents also live in the district as well and not only a resident but someone more interested in the district and representing all the issues, and graduate of lowel high school. both of my daughters are blowing kisses to me from new york as they also graduated from that fantastic school. she has a very distinction have gone to u c davis. obviously some very strong intelligence, a double major, of course it is a proper time to thank mr. and mrs. tang for that great lineage of parentage that is demonstrated there. i have no doubt that katie will fulfill these incredible obligations responsibly for the district, representing everybody. she has been literally every corner and again the residents have continued to say can we have continuity. we want to have things done. we don't want nam
. >> katie: hey, you haven't left? >> bill: the company we were negotiating with needed more time, so today's meetings are canceled, which means you are stuck with me for the rest of the day. >> katie: oh, lucky me. >> bill: you want to grab some lunch? we'll bring the baby with us. >> katie: ooh, he's got to go down for a nap pretty soon. >> bill: all right, well, even better. we can stay in. here, i'll put him down. >> katie: oh, no, i got it. we kind of have a routine. i usually lay down with him, but, um... >> bill: but my meetings are canceled. >> katie: yeah. be right back. let's go take a nap. nap time. >> bill: [ sighs ] >> rick: okay. enjoy. [ door opens ]
in the groove with align. >> i want to give awe heads up at the bottom of this hour katie will be joining us the young woman kidnapped at the age of 9 and held in an under ground bunker by a pervert. we will have katie's story. >> the owner of the diamond ring is reaping the rewards of his good deed. the favorite general the man we call america's spark. continuing with jodi air bass. three weeks my goodness. it's not over yet so it will be 4 weeks at least of testimony. maybe more. she has spoken about everything from her abusive childhood to her launchy sex life to her contention that because travisal gender she kill the him. one of the things is interesting not only how many of the jurors questions concern not only murder but sex. >> sex is one of the reasons why you drought kj discomfort is a little bit better. it makes them more enjoy tbl. >> despite the glory details of the crime the jury questions often revolve around jodi and trav jis as' and the highly charged phone-sex. oo >> the jury asked and looking at the nude shots at the took of each other. asking about travis' alleged sup sup
and investigators have learned there was a marijuana grow there. abc7 news reporter, katie marzullo is live at the scene. >> the firefighter fell inside the home as you can see where the whens are broken. he fell and hurt his shoulder and treated at the hospital. no one else was hurt or inside. something different that the firefighter encountered inside this home. they say that the entire house was a massive grow house, all three floors. they don't know how many plants are inside but two floors were entirely dedicated to growing marijuana plants and one just to drying them. the fire broke out after 8:00 this morning and a neighbor saw smoke and called 9-1-1. officials say the cause was likely electrical and whoever was operating this "grow" over rode the electrical system and that sparked a fire. that is usually what you see in these cases. this morning, it was windy and the homes are all attached making for a very dangerous situation. >> very dangerous to mess around with this electricity. you can see this is often the result. there were families living on either side and the homes on eith
at entrance to the oak facility. abc7 news reporter, katie marzullo, is live. what is the situation, katie? >> kristen, to look at it you would not know anything happened this morning. it was at 3:00 a.m. hundreds of workers here in oakland but also in san leandro and hayward and livermore, formed picket lines. the strike ended at 8:00 a.m. but the effects could be felt all day. >> most people in oakland were probably sound asleep when hundreds of employees put on their vests and refused to go to work. >> it sent a strong message that this company is not going to be above the law and people will call when there is this kind of problem. >> for example, the international long shoremen union spokesman says that waste management is using e verify illegally and picking on immigrant workers. the company says the claim is unfounded. >> the company wasn't supposed to use it without consulting with workers. they violated that rule. they also used it improperly. that resulted in workers losing their jobs. it is also being used by the company to try and threaten and intimidate workers when we institu
this morning. sky 7 was over the picket line at entrance to the oak facility. abc7 news reporter, katie marzullo, is live. what is the situation, katie? >> kristen, to look at it you would not know anything happened this morning. it was at 3:00 a.m. hundreds of workers here in oakland but also in san leandro and hayward and livermore, formed picket lines. the strike ended at 8:00 a.m. but the effects could be felt all day. >> most people in oakland were probably sound asleep when hundreds of employees put on their vests and refused to go to work. >> it sent a strong message that this company is not going to be above the law and people will call when there is this kind of problem. >> for example, the international long shoremen union spokesman says that waste management is using e verify illegally and picking on immigrant workers. the company says the claim is unfounded. >> the company wasn't supposed to use it without consulting with workers. they violated that rule. they also used it improperly. that resulted in workers losing their jobs. it is also being used by the company to try and
for that great lineage of parentage that is demonstrated there. i have no doubt that katie will fulfill these incredible obligations responsibly for the district, representing everybody. she has been literally every corner and again the residents have continued to say can we have continuity. we want to have things done. we don't want name calling or disputes. really the collaborative experience that this board is demonstrating, they wanted the same thing representing district 4 which is something they felt in supervisor's chu's representation for the last five years. i have no doubt that she'll be an effective representative of the district and also can be having things running and as you know we have an election coming. part of these conversations is how can we make sure we have someone that can balance all of these things and be true to commitment to getting all of these don's done that have been on the agenda for the last couple years, whether it's painting or a park, all things that we want to see completed and carried to the future in a most responsive way. i know we are going to
for the past few weeks. nbc's katy tur with us tonight from our studios with details. katy, good evening. >> good evening, brian. one tech writer likens it to gang warfare that's spilling out onto the streets. basically a fight between two companies online. one that blocks spam and one that they are blacklisting because they say it enables spam to spread. the blacklisted company is trying to shut down the first company by overloading it with service requests like you would busy up a phone line. that's slowing down the rest of the internet. you may have noticed it's been hard to get on certain websites from time to time. people have been saying they haven't been able to get onto netflix to stream video. now it's basically an inconvenience, but this kind of denial of service attack is getting easier. in the last six months major banks have been targeted and even when they have been warned it's coming they have not been able to stop it. what is important to note though is that no websites were actually hacked. no personal information was at risk as of now. what you can do is demand more and
we go to abc7 news reporter katie marzullo live in martinez. >> that is what the case was about, having it thrown ought altogether. that is what the school district wants. the judge did not end up ruling on that, this morning. remember, this is a civil case. the case has been filed against the school district as well as three former administrators. it accuses the administration and those administrators of covering up, of concealing the sexual abuse of the woman. the district arguing this morning that time has run out and the statute of limitations is up as the abuse happened back in the early 1990's but her attorneys say that is not true, that since this case specifically about the concealment of the abuse, the clock only started when the coverup was uncovered and that was just last year when a "contra costa times" reporter did an investigative piece and found documents claiming the administration did know of the abuse. >> the district is asking for a get out of jail free card saying they did such a good job concealing what they knew that the woman's case should be thrown out. w
mall parkway until 7:00 a.m. kristen and katie? >> next, college students, they are all gearing up for spring break but there are uninvited guests in one state. >> hearing in washington that could have an nfl team searching for a new >> novato, oakland, and all the bay area, this is abc7 news. >> welcome back at 5:14. the head of venezuela develop's presidential guard says chavez died of a massive heart attack of the tens of thousands marched through the streets of the capital alongside the casket yesterday. he is lying in state until the funeral tomorrow. the general was with him when the 58-year-old leader died on tuesday. the general says the final words were "please don't let me die." bay area residents can express their sympathies over his death at the venezuelan consulate in san francisco. any are making a book available for the public to sign through tomorrow. in south florida sharks caused officials to close benches in palm beach. look at these photos taken on tuesday by a of frommer with the palm beech daly news. you can see how close to the shore the sharks are. double re
and soon to be supervisor katie tang with whom we look forward to serving together, who helped to draft what i think is an outstanding resolution. and just a couple points from it. whereas supervisor carmen chu has served the people of the city and county of san francisco with dedication for five years, whereas supervisor chu was happily crunching numbers and keeping the city fiscally sound as a deputy budget director when she was appointed in september 2007. whereas supervisor chu not only brought her trustical klatch era long with her to the board of supervisors, but also her budget prowess, all of which were of incredible importance as she served four out of her five years on our board's budget and finance committee and i would just add to this surpassing the expectations of her toughest critics. whereas supervisor chu served on the golden gate bridge highway and transportation district board, the county transportation authority, abag, health system board member. whereas supervisor chu has always been a class act with a level professionalism that has been unmatched on the board. and
in god's name . >> good afternoon. katie hawkins o quarry. lifelong resident in district 10. i attended all the meetings before they put the wastewater treatment there and they paid people from the community that assured us because we protested it. they assured us that the whole thing would be built under ground and it would not stink. well, that was a big lie because it stinks to high hell. my doctors won't let me drive so i have to take public transit, and a lot of the times i am stuck down there on the t line at that intersection and as you know mta's t line is very slow, so i'm standing there and have to breathe in all that funk. now, as you know people spent plenty of money. it was a fad years ago on a roma therapy? why because they thought things that made you feel good and smelled good and the people acting so bad. maybe it's the smell and the stench. i'm not against a wellness center because i'm not only a member of the black human rights leadership of san francisco founded by dr. espinola jackson. i am also a member of rafeqi wellness and we believe in wellness an
north, three lanes are blocked there until 6:00 this morning. kristen? katie? >> researchers have scoffed -- discovered a new type of stem cell from adult breast tissues like embryonic stem cells they can trance form into different types of cells and can be trained to carry out healing work in the body such as heart cells or cartilage. scientists will work to discover the uses for therapy. >> life expectancy is getting shorter for women in nearly half of the counties in the united states. the university of wisconsin study looked at mortality rates the last five years and in 43 percent of the counties mostly in the south and west, life expectancy for women has dropped. disadvantaged white women saw the biggest change but researchers are not sure why. some experts say it could be tied to higher smoking rates, obesity, and less education. life expectancy for men is holding steady and in some places improving. >> coming up, getting rid of red light cameras, the bay area city where drivers may no longer is to worry about that in the sky. >> the city of hayward will continue getting rid
, everyone, i am katie marzullo, here for kristen sze. the bay area is poised to get something it hasn't had very much of in 2013: rain. you are looking at pictures of the conditions outside right now. on the left is our camera in emeryville with clouds moving in to san francisco and on the rise you can see the cloudy and windy conditions atop mount tamalpais above marin county. our meteorologist, mike nicco, is tracking the storm with live doppler 7 hd. >> thank you very much. winter storms are a big deal but this is a big deal because we have not had significant rain and a record-setting year for the least amount of rain if most of our bay area neighborhoods. live doppler 7 hd shows it is quiet here to the north and the west. there are a few radar returns showing up but it is the radar hitting the clouds because it is far enough away it is the precipitation moving to the ground. individual storms moving from southwest to northeast and the higher lines are slowly sinking to the south. here is why we need the rain. the reason season runs from july 1st of last year through june 30th and we ar
, road work in lanes southbound 880 from 237 to great mall parkway for another five minutes or so. katie and kristen? >> for people who have had a stroke, the key to coverage could be as simple as taking a walk. researchers in toronto studied 41 stroke patients, the majority who had trouble walking. the patients walked and did strength training for five day as week for six months. they saw marked improvement in physical ability and also in concentration, planning, and organizing skills. >> new york city is one noisy place and now the mayor is trying to turn down your personnel noise. the mayor bloomberg is launching a $250 million campaign to warn teens they risk losing hearing from listening to music players with their earphones at levels above the 85 decibels that experts say can cause permanent hearing damage. this is new york's latest public health campaign following attacks on cigarettes and soda. >> and the bay area pays tribute to two fallen santa cruz police officers. at 5:00 a.m., the small but special ways the community is age them. >> the bay area company sets up to help the p
sanctuary in the central valley. katie marzullo is live in the newsroom with new information. katie? >> lion was supposed to number his feeding cage while hanson was cleaning the larger pen but a gate was partly open and the line lifted it up and got do hanson with his paw. the 550 pound lion mounted and the 24-year-old hanson was gone. authorities believe that she died almost inaccidently from a broken neck. the fresno county coroner says she did not suffer a small consolation for her father who says his daughter's dream job made him nervous. i have also had a premonition i would get a call like this but i thought it would be much further in the future than the age of 24. she probably never saw the attack coming. she was talking on the cell phone with a co-worker at the time of the incident. the co-worker was worried weapon the call ended and hanson did not call back. the lion should have been secured in the feeding cage while hanson went about the work so investigators have to find out why a gate was open giving the lion access, and what motivated the cat to attack. >> the cat had just bee
. katie marzullo is live in the newsroom with new information. katie? >> lion was supposed to number his feeding cage while hanson was cleaning the larger pen but a gate was partly open and the line lifted it up and got do hanson with his paw. the 550 pound lion mounted and the 24-year-old hanson was gone. authorities believe that she died almost inaccidently from a broken neck. the fresno county coroner says she did not suffer a small consolation for her father who says his daughter's dream job made him nervous. i have also had a premonition i would get a call like this but i thought it would be much further in the future than the age of 24. she probably never saw the attack coming. she was talking on the cell phone with a co-worker at the time of the incident. the co-worker was worried weapon the call ended and hanson did not call back. the lion should have been secured in the feeding cage while hanson went about the work so investigators have to find out why a gate was open giving the lion access, and what motivated the cat to attack. >> the cat had just been fed and there was food in
, marci. >> a lot of positive reaction for the 76-year-old. but there are reservations. katie marzullo? >> the pope is the first in many ways, the first pope from south america, the first "francis" and many hope he brings fresh impressions. >> people like what he is about and where he is from. >> this is good for latin america and the whole world. it is a new era. >> he is supporting not only people from his nation but also poor people from around the world. >> one catholic in san jose is keeping his praise for pope francis in check. >> i have a wait-and-see attitude because he has a reputation for being ultra conservative. that type of pope is not the remedy of what ails the catholic face. >> nancy pelosi, the highest ranking highest democrat in the house could not take her eyes off the event. >> there wasn't a detail about what was happening there, historically, in every way, that i did not have an insatiable appear time. >> being from san francisco, she is particularly happy he picked francis. >> he is everything they will looking for, a good leader, good pass door and good communic
israelis and palestinians they need to compromise to find peace. abc7 news reporter, katie marzullo, is live with that report. >> lot is happening including protests and an attack. president obama is making pleas for peace and promises of support. >> president obama addressed a large auditorium of young israelis. >> i believe you will shave our future and given the ties between our countries, i believe your future is bound to ours. >> after that remark, a heckler shouted something and the president quickly recovered. >> this is part of the lively debate we talked about. this is good. [ applause ] >> in an early news conference with palestinian print abbas, he criticized israel over treatment of palestinians in the west bank. >> i have returned to the west bank because the united states is dopily -- deeply committed to a sovereign state of palestine. the palestinian people deserve an end to occupation and the daily indignities that come with it. >> the president says peace is possible. both presidents say that. >> we are ready to implement all our commitments and obligations. >> ther
. >> katie could not avoid colliding with the huge rocks. >> i just hit one and i have a flat tire and my tires are strong. there is one that was so very substantial. >> this tire was punctured, too. >> what did you 13 when you saw it? >> i -- it was too late. >> this mercedes s.u.v. was towed when the driver struck the boulder. >> it was 3' by 3', a sizable chunk of rock to land in the middle of the road and that would explain the major damage to the s.u.v. >> c.h.p. and caltran tried to assess the stability of the hill when more rocks started to fall. in fact, during our shot to the abc7 morning news. >> a lost rock is now falling on to the freeway. we have been told by the c.h.p. to "move." move away from the area. we had a mini landslide with a bunch of rocks just falling on to the freeway here. >> later, crews decided the hill was safe and re-opened the freeway. katie says the boulder is the last thing she expected on her friday commute. >> i was scared. i survived. it could have been worse if i wasn't paying attention, i could have crashed in a bigger one. >> the driver of that s.u.
was about to sign a deal to reunite with his former co-host, katie marzullo, and join abc7 news "katie" as well as contribute to "good morning america" and other ace programs complaining about an courtry -- about currie and is taking a hit ♪ ♪ if loving you is wrong ♪ i don't wanna be right [ record scratch ] what?! it's not bad for you. it just tastes that way. [ female announcer ] honey nut cheerios cereal -- heart-healthy, whole grain oats. you can't go wrong loving it. bee happy. bee healthy. with clusts of flakes and o's. oh, ho ho... it's the honey sweetness. i...i mean, you...love. >> 3:00 on "katie" true stories of redemption and forgiveness. and an american automaker is in trouble for an offensive cartoon ad creating outrage around the world. a california program paying you to go green on green on the roa. >> prince harry is coming back to the united states but is skipping las vegas. >> he will come to the east coast and travel to colorado including visits to hurricane sandy visits and arlington national cemetery, and walter reed medical center and the games no veteran a
to reunite with his former co-host, katie marzullo, and join abc7 news "katie" as well as contribute to "good morning america" and other ace programs complaining about an courtry -- about currie and is taking a hij >> 3:00 on "katie" true stories of redemption and forgiveness. and an american automaker is in trouble for an offensive cartoon ad creating outrage around the world. a california program paying you to go green on green on the roa. >> prince harry is coming back to the united states but is skipping las vegas. >> he will come to the east coast and travel to colorado including visits to hurricane sandy visits and arlington national cemetery, and walter reed medical center and the games no veteran athletes. harry made headlines when three was caught on camera after a game of "strip bill yards" in las vegas. >> get a look at this, waitress turned kate middleton look alike purchased a baby bump to keep her new job going. she quit her
' katie couric asks, what does being gay in america mean today and focuses on gay and lesbian families living in communities that do not always accept this. plus, meet a young girl with two gay dads who sent a personal plea to president obama on "katie" today at 3:00 right here. >> developing news from morgan hill where a preschool teacher accused of spiking student drinks with sleep medication was in court for enter a plea and amy hollyfield was in court for the arraignment and at the courthouse. >> she entered not guilty plea, ms. gratz did not comment. she is free and not in custody and out on supervised release. there were several parents in court. they are upset and wanted the district attorney to see them and to know that they are upset and they want this treated seriously. >> to me something has to happen. probation is not good enough. it happens all the time. she needs to do time. anything could have happened out there. anything. my daughter could have passed out, fell, hit her head, low and have seizures. >> i will do everything in my power to make sure this lady pays for what
sword for the news business. >> katie couric before her at cbs. what role in your view did barbara walters play in changing that environment to not only become possible, but now commonplace? >> she talked to me about it when the women of abc were trying to get more representation on programs at the network. and she said, you know, you all shouldn't be fighting these battles. i was the one that went through the field and started breaking up the ground and so on. and once the ground is broken, you all are going to have to navigate around the boulders and all of that kind of thing. but you shouldn't are to break up the ground, again. so, she was very cognizant of the fact that she had broken through the glass ceiling and she stayed on the air like some of the older white gentlemen that are on tv and at advance stages. i'm so proud that she was able to stay because women were given up on at age 40. and i think that because of her great talent at getting anybody to talk to her and talk to her openly she is just the bomb. >> well, personally, i don't know what she's thinking talking abou
? mar absent. supervisor katy tang? tang present. supervisor wiener? wiener present. supervisor yee? yee present. mr. president, you have a quorum. >> thank you. i want to welcome our newest supervisor, supervisor katy tang to [speaker not understood]. (applause) >> and with that, ladies and gentlemen, could you please join us in the pledge of allegiance. [inaudible] >> colleagues, we have our january 29th, 2013 board meeting minutes. can i have a motion to approve those minutes? motion by supervisor farrell, seconded by supervisor kim. without objection, those meeting minutes will be approved. madam clerk, are there any communications? >> there are no communications, mr. president. >> and could you read the consent agenda? >> items 1 through 8 comprise the consent calendar. these items are considered routine. if a member objects, an item may be removed and considered separately. >> colleagues, would anyone like to sever any of these items? seeing none, roll call vote on items 1 through 8. >> on items 1 through 8, supervisor farrell? farrell aye. supervisor kim? kim aye. supervisor mar?
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from tully with a lane of traffic closed until 5:30 this morning. kristen and katie? >> thank you. the controversy around nascar and why some are upset about an upcoming sponsor. >> another big blizzard is headed east with some areas getting a huge snowy blast. >> but, first, forbes has the new ranking of billionaires and the c.e.o. of heinz talks. >> the dow jones industrial average opened this morning at 14,128, just 37 points from the all-time record set back in october of 2007. heinz got a big golden parachute for the c.e.o. who gets more than $200 million if he is fired or pushed out. part of it is a severance package. >> and the richest billionaire is in mexico with a net worth of $73 billion and microsoft's bill gate is next, at $67 billion. >> starbucks has their first new permanent beverage in 12 years, permanent beverage in 12 years, with hazelnut [ woman ] don't forget the yard work! okay. [ male announcer ] with citibank's popmoney, dan can easily send money by email right from his citibank account. nice job ben. [ male announcer ] next up, the gutters. citibank popmon
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